The workshops will be organised at the Emirates Towers Youth Hub in early July, to shed light on the scientific aspect of the Emirates Mars Mission. ...

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Gulfsat has been providing the MENA region with satellite communications services since 1995. The last almost two decades have seen a great deal of change within the industry, and Gulfsat has had the agility to move with these changes. In this interview ...

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Recently Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint‑Jacques had an opportunity to speak ...

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Pradman Kaul, President of Hughes Network Systems, LLC.Chasing global pursuits within broadband satellite technology and services, Hughes is investing in today to lay down stronger ...

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exactEarth Ltd. (“exactEarth”), a leading provider of Satellite-AIS data services, and MarineTraffic, a leading global provider of ship tracking and maritime intelligence, announce that they have entered into a three-year channel partner agreement (the “Agreement”). Under terms of the Agreement, MarineTraffic will ...

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The analyst says revenue for maritime service providers is estimated to exceed 2,5 billion dollars by 2025. Among the general trends, we will see the emergence of the smart ship concept and autonomous ship concept as well. ...

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Priya Patel, Regional Director APAC, NSSLGlobal.The maritime industry is going through a major transformation on multiple levels. Priya Patel of APAC, NSSLGlobal shares her views ...

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Tore Morten Olsen, President for Maritime at Marlink.Tore Morten Olsen, President for Maritime at Marlink, shares with SatellitePro Middle East the key dangers posed by cyber threat ...

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Stratolaunch’s plane soars during its first test flight in April. (Scaled Composites Photo)Sources say Vulcan Inc. is looking to sell Stratolaunch, the space venture founded by the late Seattle billionaire Paul Allen, and one report says the asking ...

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A rocket-transporting railroad car ferried a Proton rocket to its launch pad Friday at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for final checkouts and testing before the vehicle's scheduled June 21 liftoff with the Russian-German Spektr-RG X-ray telescope. ...

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